Palestinians protest so-called Middle East peace plan

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Palestinians who are Israeli citizens living in northern Israel protested against US President Donald Trump’s so-called “Middle East Peace Plan”.

A large number of Palestinians, Israeli citizens, gathered in the town of Baka Al-Garbiya and held a march in order to oppose the plan. With Palestinian flags, protesters held placards bearing the words “No Plan” in Arabic, English and Hebrew.

The march, backed by Palestinian lawmakers in the Israeli parliament, often chanted slogans like “US money and Saudi Arabia are not enough to buy Quds” and “Quds is ours”.

“This plan is very racist against Palestinians living within the borders of Israel”

Sami Abu Shahid, deputy of the Arab Joint List bloc, the third largest group in the Israeli Parliament and consisting of parties representing Israeli state-owned Palestinians, made a statement to the AA over the so-called “Peace Plan” unveiled. by US President Trump.

“We do not see Trump’s plan as an agreement, but as a conspiracy that seeks to end the dream of Palestinians having an independent state,” Shahid said, noting that the march is being conducted in response to the plan. peace in question.

He said the plan aims to strip citizenship of Palestinians who are Israeli citizens and to exchange territories where Palestinians live within Israel’s borders. “This plan is very racist against Palestinians living within Israel’s borders. The US president’s plan is a racist plan that decides where 300,000 Palestinians living in Israel will live in the future, and we reject that plan,” Shahid said.

“Palestinians will change Israel’s political map”

Concerning the so-called “peace plan” that Trump presented from the White House while also inviting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, MP Shahid said that “Netanyahu’s invitation to this meeting where the racist plan was unveiled implies that he (Netanyahu) supports him in the elections that will be held in Israel. I believe Netanyahu will lose the election this time. Of course it depends on the votes of the Arabs. The Arab vote will change the political map of Israel.”

It is noted that the participation rate of Palestinians, Israeli citizens will affect the outcome of the elections to be held in Israel on March 2.


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